LCHS students excel at FBLA state competition
The Future Business Leaders of America students at Lincoln County High School had an armload of awards to haul home after their recent trip to the FBLA State Competition in Louisville.
Twelve students garnered Top 5 finishes in six different categories at the state event, including one first-place award, two second-place awards, one third-place honor and two fifth-place finishes.
Adie Hogue captured the winners’ award for Lincoln, placing first overall in the Personal Finance competition.
Lincoln’s second-place awards were earned in the areas of Hospitality Management and Business Law. The trio of Raelyn Amon, Emma King and Grace Muse brought home the runner-up trophy in Hopitality Management while Madelyn Day earned the second in Business Law.
Grace Reed and Sara Adams teamed up in the Network Design competition and came away with the third-place award.
Lincoln clinched fifth place in both Sports and Entertainment Management and Entrepreneurship. Chase Phillips, Benton McKnight and Jacob Baird earned the Top 5 finish in Sports and Entertainment Management and Tanner Clark and Kendrew Scott worked together to place fifth in Entrepreneurship.